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Yellow-orangey rose

Posted by BegoniaRob 8B/9A (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 9, 13 at 14:15

This rose comes from a plant about 8 feet tall growing in the front yard. We have cool weather year-round because of close proximity to the ocean.

When I bought the house 4 years ago, the previous owner had been in the same house since 1964--so I wonder if the rose is an old rose. The two pics are of two of the flowers.


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RE: Yellow-orangey rose

Image #2, different flower


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RE: Yellow-orangey rose

Could be Rosette Delizzy (Old garden Tea rose (not hybrid tea)). Can you send a full bush photo? That may help ID it. It also could be Dick Clark (looks like DC in the first shot). Rosette Delizzy has deep red/pink outer petals and pure yellow petals inside. Dick Clark has hot pink/light red outter petals that fade to yellow on the inside (each petal having a deep pink outer tip). It could also be double delight. Google those three and see if any match up to your bloom.


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